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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: October 07, 2017, 11:10:38 AM »
GN phone home.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: November 13, 2016, 06:04:42 PM »
I'll take a pound of bologna and some lamb legs.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: November 11, 2016, 09:18:55 PM »
Happy Veterans Day to those of you who have served or still do....and while Im here, Happy Thanksgiving/Merry Christmas to all of you.


Happy all of the above to you George, and thank you for your service both as a veteran and on Coast. 

Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: November 09, 2016, 12:26:21 AM »
I voted today.  I went in the voting booth and felt like I was choosing what STD I wanted to catch.  Even safe sex would not solve it. 

Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: November 09, 2016, 12:21:25 AM »
Don't worry Hilary will have her own private inaugural ball:  She will be celebrating at the Big House Inaugural Ball.  Clinton for Prison 2017.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: November 08, 2016, 10:21:05 PM »
I love jokes:

Donald Trump is taking control and making this campaign his own.  He has even planned is inauguration.  Leaks have been reported on CNN that he is planning on rewriting history and inviting Obama to the inauguration and allowing him to participate.

The sacred Oath of Office will be read to Trump and Obama will stand at his side to pass the torch.  Trump will turn to Obama stating, "You were my apprentice, and you are FIRED!"

Politics / Re: Hillary Clinton
« on: October 29, 2016, 06:06:46 PM »
There is speculation that Anthony Wiener is in protective custody today.  Huma is nowhere to be found.  Hilary has cancelled events in three swing states.

So it leads to this thought,  What do you call an Anthony Wiener in protective custody?  A CORNDOG. 

Carry on.

Politics / Re: Bernie Sanders 2016 Thread
« on: June 09, 2016, 02:46:32 PM »
The Sanders campaign has not given up and has in fact intensified.

There is a new chant among his supporters that is being shouted at his ralleys:  "Grind em Down Sanders, and take no prisoners. . . except Hillary."

Politics / Re: Donald Trump
« on: April 27, 2016, 12:41:52 AM »
Donald Trump is taking control and making this campaign his own.  He has even planned is inauguration.  Leaks have been reported on CNN that he is planning on rewriting history and inviting Obama to the inauguration and allowing him to participate.

The sacred Oath of Office will be read to Trump and Obama will stand at his side to pass the torch.  Trump will turn to Obama stating, "You were my apprentice, and you are FIRED!"

Politics / Re: Why hasn't Hillary been arrested?
« on: March 06, 2016, 02:51:28 AM »
The Clinton campaign, after losing to Sanders again, today decided they need to breathe some new fire into their strategy. Looking for inspiration, they thought they would borrow from the Obama theme and put a Clinton twist on it.

Tomorrow it will be unveiled Hilary for "Hope and Chains."

(If you don't get it, she may get indicted.)

I have listened to Mr. Basset on both Coast and Art for years and have found him to be a very strong advocate for his cause, disclosure. I did not listen that night to Art because of my schedule, but I know that in any endeavor there can be miscommunications.  I see here that Mr. Bassett has made several attempts to even present evidence that he did not "blow off" the show.

Is it possible that we can simply reschedule the show with Merrill Cook and let him be interviewed by Art? 

Maybe an alien would step in and mediate the cause?  I think with the attachment that Mr. Bassett is presenting "full disclosure" on his end.  I would enjoy hearing him interviewed by Art, just please make in  happen and move on.

This was obviously Trump's weekend with the record number of tweets and appearances on social media.  However, it is a year and a half until the election and the field is wide.  But, is the field deep?  It seems every day someone tweets that they are entering the race.  So many candidates, so few time.  Of course, there is a Clinton and there is a Bush, but all of the other players, what are their positions and how do they play?  Does anyone know where this information can be obtained without shifting through and researching each and every candidate? I want a talking point list on the candidates.

And, to refer this to Coast, did anyone catch on open lines that George laid out "his" platform and that you could vote for him?  I heard it, but it was late.  I'll refer you to the Coast archives on that one.

Politics / Re: Removal of the Confederate Flag
« on: July 03, 2015, 01:08:18 PM »
I doubt there's any ban on speaking about the Second Amendment. Two of the gun stores I frequent, use Facebook as there main advertising tool.

Upon looking there is a second amendment Facebook page with one and three-quarter million likes.

There is no ban on the second amendment discussion.  I agree with you.  My post meant if they keep this path up that they might or could do this.  Look at how easy and quick the Confederate flag removal was shoved through or up depending on how you think of things.

I just don't know what to expect next.  These last two weeks have just left me in a reality whirl of where will they go?

Politics / Re: Removal of the Confederate Flag
« on: July 03, 2015, 11:58:02 AM »
My blood pressure is up today.  I logged into my homepage and I saw Bubba Watson saying he is going to paint over the Confederate Flag on his car.  He is standing there with a can of spray paint.  This literally makes me ill.

I watch some Nascar, but I am not a weekend fan.  To see the extremist actions inflicted by different segments of our society by this action upsets me.  This includes the removal of the Dukes of Hazard from TVLand.  I was going to call TVLand today to voice my complaints, but they are not open due to the Fourth of July holiday.  I did not realize that TVLand was a subsidiary of Viacom.

Since I last posted I have read that a security letter had been sent out from the Federal government about the removal of the Confederate flag to major corporations and businesses.  That is what is driving a lot of this.  I think there may be even be sanctions against them if this is not done.  To me, this smells of pre-holocaust Germany and socialism.  If you do this for flags and are successful, are our guns the next step?

Going to guns, they do not have to come to the doors to remove them, they can use the actions of a security letter sent to all of the corporations and businesses. They would simply stop selling them to consumers, and also the ammo would not be sold.  Case closed. 
Is this a trial run?  And, I am even a gun toter or a rebel redneck, and this is making this rise in me.

Politics / Re: Removal of the Confederate Flag
« on: June 27, 2015, 11:58:05 PM »
I have been following this all week.  Now, I have read somewhere that it appears that Amazon may be banning books about the Confederate Flag.  This scares me.  Flag banning and now book banning about controversial topics because Washington and the Feds say it is so?

I look upon the removal of the Confederate Flag as  a First Amendment issue, so say it may end up in court?  I did some informal research by contacting the Sourthern Poverty Law Institute for their opinion.  I have not read their formal statement, but I did speak to the public affairs department. They support this.  I also attempted to contact the ACLU in Washington, but no answer since it was Friday afternoon in Washington?  The ACLU office in the state I live in was voice mail answers, so that was as far as I got.  I did not leave a message. 

It may be me, but I sense the political winds are blowing in a new direction.

Politics / Removal of the Confederate Flag
« on: June 27, 2015, 12:52:07 PM »
Many of the threads have very clever topics, and this may already be covered in one, but I could not wade through them all.  I did not see a clear sign from the titles this had been covered.

This has been a topic that on the face of it is just the removal of a "racist", not my words, but implied by some.  It has been a hot topic this week on some websites.  This was blogged, and I thought I would just share this.  I could link, but I like words.


Posted on June 27, 2015 by The Eclectic Muse    

For the purposes of full disclosure, you may call me a Southern.  I live down the highway that has set up a Confederate Park, complete with a life-detailed statue of a Southern soldier and a cannon that is a remainder of the civil war.  The flag flies on a pole with a flag that flies over the interstate.  There is a banner erected to celebrate Jefferson Davisís birthday.  I pass by it daily on my working trips, but it does not disturb me.  It is a reminder just as the Confederate Flag is itself.

Now in line with the reality television description of a Southern, I am not a redneck.  I do not have the Confederate flag for living room drapes, and I do not adorn different shades of camo daily as a sip from my moonshine still.  I am an American.  One who is deeply troubled by events that have occurred, and the rapid unthought-out response to the removal of the Confederate flag.   I am NOT a racist.  Everyone is created equal,  and should be treated equally with respect and graciousness.

What I do find alarming as an American is the response that major retailers such as Amazon and Walmart have taken by the removal of the Confederate flag and the memorabilia.  I attempted to do a Google search for confederate flag, and the filters would not allow me to access it.  Some have stated that the flag companies are going to cease to manufacture it.  Where did this originate from, this mass anti-confederate flag hysteria?  There is discussion that although not an Executive Order, it was originated from Washington.

There has even been recommendations from Senator of Kentucky, Mitch McConnell, that a statue of Jefferson Davis be removed from the Kentucky State capitol.  Now that decision is being considered by the Historic Preservation Advisory Commission 401 Wapping Street, Frankfort, Kentucky  40601.  They will be soliciting recommendations on the removal or not on the statute until July 29, 2015, and meeting shortly after that to determine the fate of the historical statute.  What this has done, is that as an American, to preserve this historical thread, you must take precious time to fight just for the maintenance of the status quo.

To me, tolerance is one of the hallmarks of the American backbone.  Our country has been a melting pot of nationalities and beliefs for centuries, that is until now.  We may not believe as one group does, but as long as that belief does not impinge or hurt another unjustly it is tolerated.  The removal of the Confederate flag and the surrounding collectables demonstrates an egregious lack of tolerance.  In fact it impinges on the individual rights of the First Amendment.

I show all due respect and condolences for losses under the Confederate flag.  I do not want one, do not own one, nor do I plans on purchasing one in the future, but there are those that do, and they as Americans should have remaining rights to do so.

Generally, a flag is a symbol of a belief or thought that is waved.  It is a symbolic means of communication.  For example, many, many Americans wear and waive the American flag on patriotic holidays.  We are demonstrating our feelings for America by the gesture of the flag.  As a means of communications, I would present, that it is protected under the First Amendment freedom of speech provisions.  To disallow the presentation and display of the flag, would be an impingement of our First Amendment rights of freedom of speech.  By disallowing the display of the Confederate flag is also impinging and infringing upon our First Amendment rights of freedom of speech.

The interpretation of the Confederate flag, as is the American flag, is in the eyes of the beholder.  One interpretation of the Confederate flag is it is a symbol to stand up for what you believe in.  If we do not do that as an American country, we are not asserting  our  strengths  as a nation.  It tends to give a socialist impression at times.  Although, on some topics we do not need to articulate that.

The Confederate flag is also a historical symbol.  Itís historical significance comes from a time in our nationsís history when we were making decisions that were wrong. It is a symbol of what not to do in the future, it is a reminder of that.  It is important. To suppress the importance of that symbol, deemphasizes the importance of never reaching a similar point in our history again.  By the recent decisions it whitewashes our history and makes our historical heritage untrue.  The flying of that flag may be offensive to some, but to others in the South it memorialize  family lineage that fought and died.  Again, tolerance is requested to those that find it offensive and tolerance is an important American value, one that is in short supply in Washington and our leaders.

Considering the issue of the offensiveness to some of the Confederate flag are we now as a nation going to remove everything that is considered offensive?  I find the issue of hunting for sport offensive.  Are we going to remove camo from online retailers and brick and mortar stores?  I think not.  I also find the idea of killing cows for hamburgers offensive.  Is Washington going to order McDonald and other burger establishments to cease and desist selling hamburgers?  Is Walmart going to stop selling beef?  Will we still be able to buy beef stew?  Personally, I do not want the leaders of our country dictating what I can and cannot purchase as an American.  It cuts into our free choices as Americans and consumers.

For retailers, the Confederate flag is a product.  Online if you do not want to see it, click past it  In a bricks and mortar store, move to the other aisle.  There are hundreds of other products.  Just because I do not want to purchase a Confederate flag, does not mean others do not want to do so.  Their right to do so should not be impeded.  It is a personal individual decision.

Finally, I do not want the federal government dictating what I may or may not buy, what I believe and how I believe as long as it is not hurting anyone.  Tolerance is a key that needs to accentuated within our diverse nation.  This reeks of   too much federalism and impinges on individual rights. This is a slippery slope, and our rights should not be waived by the removal of the Confederate flag.  Stand up for what you believe in!

Random Topics / Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« on: April 29, 2015, 11:43:16 AM »
Happy Belated Birthday Falkie it looks like I missed the party!  I don't post a lot, but I read the triumphs and the tragedies here.

I hope this interview is a reality.  I am just tired of men letting me down.

Random Topics / Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013
« on: April 26, 2015, 11:09:31 PM »
He got an interview with Gail Thackeray and Eric Pearl.  All is not lost. 

Also, I watched the walk around the expo and felt like I was there.  The camera movement made it very authentic.

Start negotiating Contact In the Desert for an interview, there is time for an interview there.  Many more influential people are there.

That is just cheezy!  I'm in trouble.   I ordered a double cheeseburger today and I only got a single.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: The GabCast (A podcast about BellGab)
« on: April 09, 2015, 05:08:03 PM »
Sounds inviting.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: February 28, 2015, 09:27:57 AM »
Do not eat rats!

Being the fashionista that I am, I have recently designed a spring line of clothing for my long-tail friends.  Here is one of my models before going down the runway during the recent fashion week in New York.

This is the rat of the day.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: February 27, 2015, 09:47:35 AM »
Shimmy!  Shimmy!

Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: February 23, 2015, 07:54:58 AM »
Yawn!  Ya'll still discussing him?  I am sssooooo over Noory.  My boyfriend (fiance') will not let me listen, busy that time of night!

Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: February 09, 2015, 04:44:02 PM »
Don't be Meanies!

Including the snow?

The snow occurred in the Siberia holes.  It was just remarkable because the opening or openings in Mexico looked like the one in the dream before I awoke.   The snow was at the beginning of the dream.  When the final openings were made toward the end of the dream it was more arid and there was no snow. 

My new psychic dream was that I was interviewed by Matt Lauer on the Today show, and I was granted tickets to the Cayman Islands.  That happened this week.  I will keep everyone updated on this thread.   8)

Now Mexico has a earthy mystery of its own. A massive, unexplained crack in the earth that spans several acres. The crack appeared relatively quickly, spawning a whole host of theories.
This incident that I have read about on the internet is as my dream was. 

I read this today. . .Could this be prophesy or the dream beginning to be fulfilled. . .

"Two New Large Holes Appear in Siberia."

The funnel is a perfectly formed cone, say locals who are mystified at how it was formed. Its depth is estimated at between 60 and 100 metres and its diameter - more than four metres. Picture: Local residents

Millions of people around the world glimpsed the first giant hole after it was revealed by The Siberian Times here and on The Siberian Times TV here.

Now news has emerged of two new similar formations in the permafrost, prompting more intrigue about their creation.

Theories range from meteorites, stray missiles, a man-made prank, and aliens, to an explosive cocktail of methane or shale gas suddenly exploding. The version about melting permafrost due to climate change, causing a release of methane gas, which then forces an eruption is the current favorite, though scientists are reluctant to offer a firm conclusion without more study.

(Rest of the story from "The Siberian Times", Tuesday, July 29, 2014, online edition)

Thanks for your thoughtful response.  My self-response that I had after I posted this is that it is difficult to separate ordinary dreams from predictive dreams.  If it an ordinary dream, then to me that is something that would be reviewed under a dream analysis interpretation.  Going by that you have raised some interesting points that I had not considered.  Yes, I have been torn.  If  I were a flag, I would be war-torn and in tatters. 

However, I normally if ever dream about earth changes, and with the almost 100 percent accuracy of the July 3, 2014 dream, I have had the some follow-up emotions.  It stayed with me, and the dream came true. 

Yes, sinkholes are I think round and not like fault lines.  That was a point that I found disturbing and I take as predictive possibly.  That is unusual.  The earth openings were fault-line shaped sink-holes, and for some reason fracking keeps coming to the forefront. 

Note:  I am not seeking employment as a psychic, seeking publicity on a national radio show, just an ordinary person who has had some accurate predictions lately. 

I don't know who to share this with, but I have predictions through dreams, and they are accurate.  I had one on July 3, 2014 that came to pass with one hundred percent accuracy.  It was unnerving to write the least.  It was not a disaster, but it was devastating to me personally. 

Last evening I had another dream, and this one was more of a general disaster.  I wanted to record it somewhere, so here it goes.  I dreamed this in clear vivid color.  It was in a city, and the month was December or when the ground was frozen.  I saw a huge church, and in the front of it was a parking lot.  It was cold, and there was the beginning of a snow storm where the snow was dancing on the pavement.  It was beginning to cover the parking lot  it, but the wind was making the snow dance.  Then, the earth started separating such as in a fault line.  A descriptive picture so that it compared would be the San Andreas fault line.

The earth was separating in fault lines very close in location within several feet of one another.  These were not cause by an earthquake.  It was the earth just tearing apart.  I saw it begin to happen in a parking lot.  This was a separate one from the church.  These fault lines were extremely deep, maybe even miles.  I just saw the beginning of the disaster.  The people in the parking lot were just beginning to get scared.  This did not end.  I woke up! 

It was strange, and the uneasy feeling remains with me.  Again, these were earth faults with the earth spontaneously opening up with no earthquake.  I am going to be reviewing the news for similar situations over the near future.

I have started the thread, and I did not see a similar thread on the first page.  Has anyone else had a prediction come true?  If so, I thought it would be interesting to share it on a thread.

Random Topics / Re: Where did Jackstar go?
« on: June 15, 2014, 11:13:58 AM »
Maybe he went to the Coast Facebook page?

Or, he was cremated and is now in an urn on top of Falkie's  poster board wall?

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